Ash vs Evil Dead (2015– )
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The Killer of Killers 

Thanks to his drug-induced vision, Ash knows what to do with the Necronomicon. Pablo and Kelly notice something ominous. Ash promises to visit Lem, but Fisher shows up for an almighty showdown with her former boss.

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Thanks to his drug-induced vision, Ash knows what to do with the Necronomicon. Pablo and Kelly notice something ominous. Ash promises to visit Lem, but Fisher shows up for an almighty showdown with her former boss.

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The director of this episode is Michael Hurst. He has previously worked with Sam Raimi, Bruce Campbell, Lucy Lawless, and/or Rob Tapert on Hercules: The Legendary Journeys (1995), Xena: Warrior Princess (1995), Hercules and Xena - The Animated Movie: The Battle for Mount Olympus (1998), Jack of All Trades (2000), Bitch Slap (2009), Spartacus: Gods of the Arena (2011), and Spartacus: War of the Damned (2010) as an actor, director, and/or producer. See more »

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Ashley 'Ash' J. Williams: After I lost this hand, this hand became
[pauzes]
Ashley 'Ash' J. Williams: extra sensitive. The reason I bring this up Nancy, is I'm not going to be able to pay that check, but I think I've got something much more valuable I can give you. Much more than
[looks at check]
Ashley 'Ash' J. Williams: 22 dollars and 89 cents. Double that at least!
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References The Silence of the Lambs (1991) See more »

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All My Ex's Live In Texas
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Performed by George Strait
Written by Sanger D. Shafer and Linda J. Shafer
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Awful!
10 December 2015 | by See all my reviews

This series is nothing like Evil Dead 1 or 2, and barely has any semblance to Army of Darkness. The acting, casting choices, and lines are horrific; the CGI is crude, and the plot-lines are utter nonsense.

The writers should have kept with Evil Dead 2's style of humor, and tone, with a *pinch* of Army of Darkness thrown in. Instead, they said, "let's take Army of Darkness and make it 10 times stupider in every possible way! Adds to the charm, bro! Pass the weed..."

The typical fanboy's response to such criticism is basically to say that all of the above *somehow* makes this show great. Ludicrous! And do you know why I know they're full of it? Because if this show had been done better, it would appeal to more than the fanboys; this show would be talked about and lauded as much as Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, etc. And, and.. it could have still been "campy". The writers just weren't good enough to pull it off; or, perhaps they they just didn't have to, given their target audience's inability to discern the difference.


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